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Kaandju
Title:
Kaandju
ID:
TD1-106
Link to the object:
Online:
Yes
Archive:
Contributor:
Tom Dutton (compiler)
Tom Dutton (recorder)
Friday Bush (speaker)
Bob Robertson (speaker)
Date:
1963-01-01
Description:
Kaandju - Friday Bush, Bob Robertson half track, 3.75 ips Bayer Recording. Bob Robertson was a half cast man, son of Jessie Togan (nee Williamson) she is the only sister of Jack Williams, a Kaantju man from the Klondyke area on the Southern end of the McIlwraith Ranges and South of the Lankelly River. Friday Bush was also a Kaantju man from the Coen region.. Language as given: Kanju
Content language:
Kanju
Subject language:
Kanju
Language family:
Australian
Country:
Australia
Linguistic type:
Lexicon
Primary text
Linguistic field:
Language documentation
Lexicography
Text and corpus linguistics
DCMI type:
Sound
Other format:
Digitised: yes Media: Agfa PE 31 R to R 540m Audio Notes: Side A only -- A) 3 3/4ips. Levels vary - some analogue distortion, some passages very low in level. Some print-through. Some flutter & wow - stretched tape. Analogue clicks & mic handling. Left channel gain adjusted, right channel straight transfer. Some print-through, some harmonic distortion. Dutton, ...at the start of the recording, I evidently had the volume turned too low. On my machine, which is an AWA Magic tape recorder... -- B) N.A. - Tape is two-track mono. -- A) -- 0.00 -- 0.14 -- 3.00 -- 7.31 -- 15.21 -- 15.33 -- 24.53 -- 26.51 -- 28.32 -- 28.27 -- 32.45 -- 35.00 -- 39.58 -- 43.49 -- 46.08 -- 48.05 -- 1.00.53 -- 1.04.56 -- 1.09.17 -- 1.12.35 -- 1.13.43 -- 1.21.43 -- 1.21.43 -- 1.23.03 -- 1.31.39 -- 1.34.21 -- 1.35.28 end -- B) -- N.A. - Tape is two-track mono.
Other rights:
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
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Archive: Pacific And Regional Archive for Digital Sources in Endangered Cultures (PARADISEC)
Online: Yes
Subject language: Kanju
Language family: Australian
Geographic region: Pacific
Country: Australia
Linguistic type: Lexicon
Linguistic type: Primary text
Linguistic field: Language documentation
Linguistic field: Lexicography
Linguistic field: Text and corpus linguistics
DCMI type: Sound
Content language: Kanju
Date: 1950 - 1999
Date: 1960 - 1969
Contributor: Bob Robertson
Contributor: Friday Bush
Contributor: Tom Dutton
Title: Kaandju
Other format: -- 1.31.39 -- 1.34.21 -- 1.35.28 end -- B) -- N.A. - Tape is two-track mono.
Other format: Digitised: yes Media: Agfa PE 31 R to R 540m Audio Notes: Side A only -- A) 3 3/4ips. Levels vary - some analogue distortion, some passages very low in level. Some print-through. Some flutter & wow - stretched tape. Analogue clicks & mic handling. Left ch
Other format: annel gain adjusted, right channel straight transfer. Some print-through, some harmonic distortion. Dutton, ...at the start of the recording, I evidently had the volume turned too low. On my machine, which is an AWA Magic tape recorder... -- B) N.A. - Tap
Other format: e is two-track mono. -- A) -- 0.00 -- 0.14 -- 3.00 -- 7.31 -- 15.21 -- 15.33 -- 24.53 -- 26.51 -- 28.32 -- 28.27 -- 32.45 -- 35.00 -- 39.58 -- 43.49 -- 46.08 -- 48.05 -- 1.00.53 -- 1.04.56 -- 1.09.17 -- 1.12.35 -- 1.13.43 -- 1.21.43 -- 1.21.43 -- 1.23.03
Other rights: Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)